Robin Trower Twice Removed From Yesterday Full Album
5 Stars = Masterpiece
For most Robin Trower fans, "Bridge Of Sighs" is probably their favorite album. As for myself, I enjoy his first, "Twice Removed From Yesterday," a fret better.
"Twice Removed From Yesterday," just exudes Trower's famous brand of ethereal cosmic spacey heaviness. His acute sense of beautiful melodic grandeur, all spun into a sonic delight of many musical journeys, through Trower's magnificent guitar, & James Dewar's magnificent soulfully emotive baritone vocals. This is truly a match made in the heavenly cosmos, for us that live on earth below.
Yes, this album is Trower's most Hendrix like. Conjuring up memories of Hendrix's own ethereal master piece, "Axis Bold As Love," but Trower takes it to the next level, if that's possible? Transcending the grandmasters genius! Perfecting the art! Perfecting the idea of a man & his guitar as one, indivisible, a true extension of Trower's soaring soul, through his godly instrument of inspiration, his guitar. A grand statement from a humble man, who can communicate through his guitar, better than most people can through their spoken language, with one note. Yes, Trower communicates to us from his soul, through his guitar, through our ears, right down to our souls, enlightening our souls with his majestic magic!
I could go on to a song by song description, but I feel I don't need to. For many of you are already acquainted with Trower's magic. If you're not, than give this album a try. Let it float through your ears, into your brain, & visit your soul with the pure beauty of one man's musical vision, that will take you away into the realm of ethereal genius!
1. I Can't Wait Much Longer
4. Man Of The World
5. I Can't Stand It
6. Rock Me Baby Right
7. Twice Removed From Yesterday
8. Sinner's Song